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Elements combined in Protein : Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen Nitrogen What is the recommended percentage of carbohydrate that should be present in a healthful diet? 10- 35 % Distinguish between ESSENTIAL and NON ESSENTIAL amino acids. ESSENTIAL : amino acids that cannot be made at all by the body, or can not be made in the amounts sufficient to meet physiological needs o Also known as Indispensable Amino Acids o NON ESSENTIAL : amino acids that the body can and does make ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ________________________ Nine Essential Amino Acids 1. Histidine 2. Isolecuine 3. Leucine 4. Lysine 5. Methionine 6. Phenylalanine 7. Threonine 8. Tryptophan 9. Valine
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Define Terms: Peptide = Protein Dipeptide = Double Protein Tripeptide = Triple Protein Polypeptide = More than three peptides Functions of Protein o Makes new cells and tissues (Growth and Maintenance) o Replaces damaged cells and tissues (Repair) o Makes enzymes, hormones, and antibodies o Fluid and electrolyte / Acid base balance o Synthesizes structural components
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